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In a long-awaited, enormous news burst, the Russia probe special counsel, Robert S. Mueller, on Tuesday, released documents commending Michael Flynn for his “substantial assistance” in three ongoing investigations.

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The stock market is always erratic, but when the Dow Jones plummets almost 800 points – 3.1% — it produces a lot of anxiety for anyone who has invested in stocks.

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Lying has become a growth industry as the Robert S. Mueller Russia probe continues to investigate person after person in a difficult quest for some truths.

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Masten Space Systems, Mojave, is one of nine companies, ranging from start-ups to aerospace giants, to be eligible for future NASA contracts to deliver payloads to the moon’s surface.

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In Saturday’s edition, a front page story diagnosed more of the Antelope Valley Hospital’s symp­toms and the pros­pects are increasingly dire.

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Safely ending a six-month, 300-million-mile journey, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Mars InSight lander phoned home to say it had landed successfully on the red planet Monday morning, California time.

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The Trump administration quietly released a federal climate change report on Black Friday that verifies that it is real and is intensifying all around the globe.

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In the fall of 2016, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, was publicly declaring it a “crazy idea” that his company had played a role in deciding the election. But, according to the New York Times, security experts at the company already knew otherwise.

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House Republicans have given Rep. Kevin McCarthy — who represents portions of Antelope Valley and a large swatch of territory from Bakersfield to the east — a resounding vote of confidence to become the minority leader beginning in 2019.

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Satellite images suggest that North Korea has been engaged in a great deception: It has offered to dismantle a major launching site ­— a step it began, then halted — while continuing to make improvements at more than a dozen others that would bolster launches of conventional and nuclear warheads.

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Five Wall Street Journal reporters interviewed three dozen reliable sources, absorbed information from hundreds of emails, phone conversations and court papers, corporate records and other documents retrieved by law enforcement officers for their story headlined, “Trump Played Central Role I…

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The letter from Jeff Sessions to President Donald Trump made it clear to the American public that he was being fired from his position as the nation’s attorney general.

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The original aim of the Iran oil sanctions was to cut Iran’s oil exports as much as possible, to quash its nuclear and ballistic missile programs and curb its support for militant proxies, particularly in Syria, Yemen and Lebanon.

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Frequent sexual violence against women by North Korean officials occurs with apparent impunity, according to a Human Rights Watch report released at the end of October.

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It’s appropriate that the U.N. special rapporteur devoted to adequate housing has visited encampments in Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Mumbai —  and San Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley.

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In what will go down in the annals of superlatively swift law enforcement, Cesar Sayoc Jr. 56, of Aventura, Florida, was placed under arrest on Oct. 26.

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The list of losers from President Donald Trump’s trade war is long and likely only to grow. Consumers of washers and dryers, metal-consuming industries and their customers, and American in­dus­tries caught in the crossfire from retaliatory tariffs have all been hit hard. These losses have be…

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"Since President Trump took office, farmers can more productively use their land. Small businesses can hire more workers and provide more affordable health care. Innovators are freer to pursue advances in autonomous vehicles, drones and commercial space exploration. Veterans enjoy expanded a…